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Una especie de podcast creado por Libros Antimateria, una librería independiente de la ciudad de Medellín. En esta temporada leeremos cuentos de escritoras latinoamericanas contemporáneas publicadas por editoriales independientes colombianas. Sus anfitrionas somos: Sara Rodas, dibujante, tejedora, cantante en Goli y Mr. Bleat; Lina María Parra, escritora, docente y editora en Atarraya Editorial, escribió los libros Malas posturas (Editorial Eafit, 2018) y Llorar sobre leche derramada (Animal ...
 
Sisters In The Spotlight showcases inspiring role models who are carving out lives of deep meaning, fulfillment and creating success on their own terms. Featuring real-life tales of vulnerability, courage, chasing dreams and awakening - It's the modern girls guide to answering the call of the soul and living a life of purpose, passion and prosperity.
 
P.S. You’re Interesting is a series of conversations on political science research hosted by Jeffery A. Jenkins. Formerly, “Our American Discourse,” we continue the series to pick up the tradition Anthony W. Orlando began. We hope to keep conversations … discourse alive. To keep thinking about the research we do in the academy, why it matters to us, and hopefully to you. Sponsored by the USC Bedrosian Center http://bedrosian.usc.edu/ Recorded at the USC Sol Price School of Public Policy http ...
 
GCUC (it's juicy) is the where the coworking world meets online and in person! We learn from each other, get educated on the coming trends and meet as a community. Follow up and join us on our journey. We're doers and dreamers making it happen so the workers of the world have a better place to land. We've been around since 2011 and we've produced events all over the globe. We have big plans, join us.
 
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From the executive suites of the 1960s, the business centers of the 1980s, to the coined named “coworking” of 1999 – our industry has steadily grown with a continued focus on community and collaboration. The pandemic brought on the largest WFH experiment of all time and was the tipping point coworking needed to be fully embraced by the real estate …
 
After rediscovering her love for cooking, Aassia Haq, Vice President of Talent Marketing at MBO Partners, talks about the efficiency behind lean technology models that allow for complete engagement. We explore what keeps Aassia focused, travel through an armchair experience, and the reluctant inevitability of artificial intelligence. Aassia talks a…
 
Join Chris James, Vice President of Business Development at essensys as he talks about digitally, secured network infrastructure, perfecting the simplification of operations and the flexibility that comes with it. Chris talks about improving the offering for tenants to create a positive user experience, the changing work cadence, and technology for…
 
With New Zealand leading the pack, Jessica Knapp, Founder at Bright Work talks about the big coworking bounce back, and how landlords are trying to get in on the game. Jessica talks about the importance of connectivity, technology consulting for coworking spaces, and supporting the internal member experience. We explore how branching out on her own…
 
The acceleration and opportunity of technology, the importance of voice communication, and how to stay psychologically solid amidst a global crisis is all unpacked by Brian Meece, CEO at GreenlightGO. Brian talks about his journey from his back of napkin ideas to watching a full fledge movement through his new lense, the content boom, and his dual …
 
Explore technology advancement during the pandemic, how people are adjusting to working outside of the traditional office, and the role of company culture. Join Liz Elam and research team leader, Melissa Gregg, Chief Technologist, User Experience and Sustainability at Intel as they talk about transitions to remote work, agile work practices, and di…
 
Jeffery speaks with new USC Dornsife assistant professor Miguel Pereira about research and experiments in political science. Pereira's research focuses on political representation and the behavior of political elites in established democracies, with a focus on causal inference. In addition, he shares some new research looking at responsiveness of l…
 
Aassia Haq, Vice President of Talent Marketing at MBO Partners talks with Liz Elam about the importance of optimism during this time of extreme flux, the Texas snowmageddon, and 2021 being all about resilience. We explore the commitment to flexibility as businesses continue to operate under the single, core principle of uncertainty, growing with th…
 
In this episode, Jeff speaks with Rachel VanSickle-Ward and Kevin Wallsten. In The Politics of the Pill, the two authors explore how gender has shaped contemporary debates over contraception policy in the U.S. Within historical context, they examine the impact that women and perceptions of gender roles had on media coverage, public opinion, policy …
 
Daan van Rossum, CEO at Dreamplex talks with Liz Elam about what happens when you put a strategist in a coworking space and the innovative perspective that comes with it. We explore workplace experience as a service, the 5 years of research behind it, expanding in a post COVID world, and tips on breaking the mold to do something different. As the C…
 
Advocacy around race, culture, ethnic identity and the flexibility that should come with it. Melissa Marsh, Founder and Executive Director at PLASTARC talks about her career dedication to helping buildings and people work better together. We explore the hybrid work environment, the number one problem we face in the future of the workplace experienc…
 
With Australia leading the charge, Tori Shepherd, WELL Faculty, LEED GA talks about air quality as a human right, the science behind it, and how the focus of building design and health is changing the future of our world. Tori talks about how she facilitates the implementation of WELL building standards to help buildings reach their environmental, …
 
Everything changed, 15 years ago when Philip’s big picture view went from technology fueled to human driven. The founder at Ozadi, Philip Vanhoutte, talks about how his childhood journey in a full force quality customer service upbringing helped foster his altruism and enthusiasm about the potential of human beings. We explore how he got involved w…
 
Explore the number one lifestyle risk that impacts work, how to design around it and how to pay closer attention to it. Join Liz Elam and award winning, Kay Sargent, Senior Principal & Director of WorkPlace at HOK as they talk about design for the neurodiverse, the neurotypical, how most of us are grossly unaware of our sensitivities and how that a…
 
Liz Elam and Larissa Murphy, Co-Founder at Contrast talk about how she turned the design approach upside down to achieve high density coworking without a bunch of straight boring corridors - think origami. Together they talk about the importance of challenging design in new and innovative ways to create an experience and moving away from oppressive…
 
Liz Elam and Jenny Poon, founder and CEO at CO+HOOTS talk about where it all began, where it is now, and where Jenny is going next. We explore how Jenny’s parents continue to fuel her love for creating equitable entrepreneurial ecosystems with their own inspiring story of perseverance and persistence. We talk about the importance of lowering the ri…
 
In this episode of the PS You’re Interesting podcast, Jeff Jenkins speaks with Melissa Lee, Assistant Professor of Politics & International Affairs, Princeton University. They begin discussing a recent project in which Lee and co-author study the change in civic language reflecting the change in thinking about the U.S. as a collection of states to …
 
Liz Elam and Jean-Yves Huwart, founder at Social Workplaces and the Coworking Europe Conference talk about how they met and how Jean-Yves began. We explore the survival of coworking during the pandemic and how to keep high quality connection through each lock down wave. We talk about future offerings, high coworking demand and how we are going to h…
 
Liz Elam and Nick Clark, founder and CEO at Common Desk talk about how they met and how Nick eventually bought Liz’s coworking brand. We explore tactics Nick is using to raise morale and check in on all of the Common Desk team during the pandemic. We talk about expansion, sexy deals, and how GCUC was a major player in Common Desk’s early years. You…
 
Carne es un cuento de la escritora argentina Mariana Enríquez de su libro Los peligros de fumar en la cama, editado en Colombia por Laguna libros. Leer Sin Ojos es una especie de podcast creado por Libros Antimateria, una librería independiente de la ciudad de Medellín. En esta temporada leeremos cuentos de escritoras latinoamericanas contemporánea…
 
Cuando hablábamos con los muertos es un cuento de la escritora argentina Mariana Enríquez de su libro Los peligros de fumar en la cama, editado en Colombia por Laguna libros. Leer Sin Ojos es una especie de podcast creado por Libros Antimateria, una librería independiente de la ciudad de Medellín. En esta temporada leeremos cuentos de escritoras la…
 
In this episode of the PS You’re Interesting podcast, Jeff Jenkins speaks with Clayton Nall, Assistant Professor UCSB. Nall looks to explain how spatial policies change American politics. These discuss Nall's research on housing policy preferences and party affiliation and how building highways in the 1950s worked to build Republican suburbs (incre…
 
In this episode, Liz Elam interviews Claire Carpenter, founder and CEO at The Melting Pot – Scotland’s Centre for Social Innovation. We explore the motivations guiding the genius behind the first coworking space in Scotland, the accelerating trajectory of coworking and the human ecology driving it all. Claire discusses the highs and lows that are p…
 
In this episode, Liz Elam interviews Reeves Wiedeman, contributing editor at New York Magazine and author of Billion Dollar Loser. We got a first look at the inside story of the rise and fall of WeWork and CEO, Adam Neumann. Whether positive or negative, it is undeniable that WeWork changed the world and facilitated a massive shift in coworking cul…
 
In this episode of the PS You’re Interesting podcast, Jeff Jenkins speaks with Jared Rubin, Professor in the Argyros School of Business and Economics at Chapman University. Rubin is an economic historian interested in the political and religious economies of the Middle East and Western Europe. His research focuses on historical relationships betwee…
 
In this episode of the PS You’re Interesting podcast, Jeff Jenkins speaks with Christian Fong, Assistant Professor at the University of Michigan. Fong's research focus is legislative politics. Recent work is on reciprocity in Congress questions the motivation for cooperation. They discuss recent research, Congressional leadership, as well as method…
 
In this episode Liz Elam interviews Neal Gemassmer, Vice President International at Yardi Systems. We talk about how COVID is impacting Yardi and their employees. We discuss why Yardi is strategically focusing on Coworking and the Flexible workspace industry. We also learned about Yardi's impressive commitment to giving back. Give it a listen!…
 
In this episode of the PS You’re Interesting podcast, Jeff Jenkins talks with Michael Hankinson, Assistant Professor of Political Science at George Washington University. Hankinson's work focuses on how institutional spatial scale affects political behavior to undermine democratic representation. They discuss institutional scale and how institution…
 
We facilitated a conversation (on zoom) about communication during racial unrest with three accomplished and notable black leaders who specialize in Diversity and Inclusion. Valerie Williams formerly led Diversity & Inclusion efforts at Airbnb and Stripe and is now the Managing Partner and Founder of her own practice the Converge Firm.Rory Verrett …
 
James Shannon is an entrepreneur and technology leader with a deep passion for creating innovative and inspiring products. In the past, he’s developed large-scale cloud services, award-winning mobile apps, integrated smart devices, and cutting-edge consumer hardware for leading global brands. Today, James is responsible for the vision and implement…
 
Dror Poleg is the author of Rethinking Real Estate and the Co-Chair of the Urban Land Institute's Technology and Innovation Council in New York. His insights on the future of cities and buildings have been featured in publications including the Wall Street Journal, Forbes, The Globe and Mail, and Business Insider.He's got some great insights into t…
 
Have you ever wondered how office rental spaces seem to magically fill up? Where do all these new clients come from?John helps answer this mystery and much more in this episode. With the Instant Group, John sits at the intersection of companies that need workspace and the providers that may serve that need. As something of a matchmaker, he gets to …
 
In this episode of the PS You’re Interesting podcast, Jeff Jenkins talks with Seth Hill, Associate Professor, Department of Political Science UCSD. Hill studies how citizens motivate politician behavior. They discuss representation, elections, and some extras just for you! Email: bedrosian.center@usc.edu Twitter: @BedrosianCenter…
 
(Grab your ticket to GCUC Canada, October 29-November 1, here! http://canada.gcuc.co)Celia's decades of experience with IWG, which includes the Regus brand, gives us a big-picture perspective on how the industry is changing—and how it isn't.Check out their recent Global Workspace Survey here:http://www.iwgplc.com/global-workspace-survey-2019…
 
In this episode of the PS You’re Interesting podcast, Jeff Jenkins talks with Leah Stokes. Stokes, a public scholar, is also an Assistant Professor in the Department of Political Science and affiliated with the Bren School of Environmental Science & Management and the Environmental Studies Department at the University of California, Santa Barbara (…
 
In this episode of the PS You’re Interesting podcast, Jeff Jenkins talks with Danielle Thomsen, Assistant Professor of Political Science at UC Irvine. Her research in American Politics primarily falls into looking at Congress, parties, and gender & politics. They discuss why pipelines to primaries (and then to elected office) matter so much in term…
 
In this episode of the PS You’re Interesting podcast, Jeff Jenkins talks with a Bedrosian Faculty Affiliate, Abby K. Wood. Wood is Associate Professor of Law, Political Science and Public Policy. When she first started her career she noticed that program evaluation wasn't as robust as it could be, so she wanted to learn causal inference in order to…
 
Garrett's got so much to share with us about how he runs his space so well—get out your note pad! His space:http://wearehygge.comhttp://twitter.com/hyggeclt Garretthttp://twitter.com/garretttichy His new member welcome kit:https://smpl.io/knowledgebase/new-member-welcome-kits/His space management platform:http://smpl.ioAnd grab a ticket to join me …
 
Panthera is a coworking, events, accelerator, and membership-based space for women in Tel Aviv. Its co-founder and CEO, Galit Ben-Simon, is our guest for this episode—and she's got a lot of wisdom to share!Check out her site here:http://pantherapro.comAnd grab a ticket to join me and a bunch of other wonderful people at GCUC Canada, October 29-31:h…
 
In this episode of the PS You’re Interesting podcast, Jeff Jenkins talks with Pamela Ban, Assistant Professor of Political Science at UC San Diego. Ban discusses her recent research. First, she looks at how policy outcomes might change as Congress has a bit more gender representations. Then they discuss the revolving door and lobbying - how the coo…
 
Shervonne's the leader of Spark Baltimore, which is helping hundreds of companies grow through its amazing programming. Learn more here:Spark Baltimore http://spark-bmore.comFacebook: https://facebook.com/SparkBaltimoreTwitter: http://twitter.com/sparkbmoreInstagram: http://instagram.com/sparkbmore/저자 GCUC Coworking Podcast
 
In this episode of the PS You’re Interesting podcast, Jeff Jenkins's guest is Elisabeth R. Gerber, Associate Dean for Research and Policy Engagement; Jack L. Walker, Jr. Collegiate Professor of Public Policy (UMich). They discuss the move from Political Science departments to public policy departments - how the focus has moved from theory developme…
 
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